CALL NOW IF YOU ARE EXPERIENCING ANY OF THESE PROBLEMS FOUND IN ENGINE DIAGNOSTICS:
- No-start situation: This means that when you turn the key in your car’s ignition, the engine doesn’t start at all. It could be due to a variety of issues, such as a dead battery, a faulty starter motor, or a problem with the fuel system.
- Crank-no start: This means that when you turn the key in the ignition, the engine cranks over but doesn’t start running. This could be due to a variety of issues such as a lack of fuel, a faulty ignition system, or a electrical problem with the engine’s sensors.
- Long, slow start: This means that when you turn the key in the ignition, the engine takes longer than usual to start running. This could be due to a weak battery, a faulty starter motor, or a problem with the fuel system.
- Misfires: A misfire is when one or more cylinders in the engine fail to ignite properly. Causing a lack of power and poor performance. It could be due to a variety of issues. Such as a faulty spark plug, a bad ignition coil, or a problem with the fuel injectors.
- Low compression: This means that the pressure inside the engine’s cylinders is lower than it should be. Which can lead to poor performance and a lack of power. It could be due to a variety of issues, such as worn piston rings, a damaged cylinder head gasket, or worn valve seats.
- Overheating: This means that the engine is running too hot, which can cause serious damage if not addressed promptly. It could be due to a variety of issues, such as a faulty thermostat, a damaged radiator, or a problem with the water pump.
We use top-of-the-line equipment and game-changing engine diagnostics to identify and solve these problems. Using specialized tools, we can look at how strong your spark is and get a visual representation of what’s happening inside the cylinder. We can also flow test fuel injectors to see if they leak. Acquiring visuals on how well your fuel pump is performing is also possible.
Moreover, we have the ability to check the voltage drop on your battery during starting. Checking to see how many amps your alternator is putting out is also easy. We also have a new way of performing a compression test that you have to see to believe. Additionally, we can pressure test your cooling system to ensure it’s functioning correctly.
In addition, our team has extensive knowledge and understanding of how each and every sensor and actuator works on the vehicle. Allowing us to troubleshoot and solve any issues using OEM service information. Don’t hesitate to contact us if you’re experiencing any problems with your engine. Find out more here about the check engine light.